Musk’s visit exposes malignancy of Washington’s ‘overcapacity’ claim

Coming hard on the heels of the rather gloomy visit by US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, whose agenda for his trip seemed to be to hype up

The yen is a currency trader’s best friend and worst enemy

There are two big problems in the world of currency trading. First, those who engage in carry trades tend — to use Gavekal Research’s founder Louis-Vincent Gave’s

The end of secularism in India?

Since the era of Ashoka (250 BC), with pauses during the Mughal era, there has been religious freedom and a separation between the state and religious organizations in

The carnation discolored

On April 25, 1974, Portugal was transformed by the Carnation Revolution, a bloodless coup that swept away decades of dictatorship. As we mark the 50th anniversary of this pivotal moment, the country finds itself at a crossroads, its society divided and its commitment to the democratic ideals of the revolution under strain.

People-to-people exchanges key to ties

The Doolittle Raid in World War II has been, and always will be remembered as a testament to enduring friendship between China and the United States. On

China’s $3.7 trillion wealth industry is plagued by sub-3% returns

Which companies may blow up and which stock indexes will nosedive? Most investors are not distressed-debt specialists and are not keen to find out. As China undergoes

Aid bills’ intention to contain China belies US’ commitment to repairing bilateral tie

Although the two military aid bills regarding Ukraine and Israel caught the attention of the world, the two other bills in the aid package the United States House

Making sense of China’s magical 5.3% growth

China’s first-quarter 5.3% growth handily beat expectations and Beijing’s own target of “around 5%.” But if you ask households, companies and even the taxman, the reality on the

Do not force Southeast Asian countries to choose sides

Against a historical backdrop where the U.S. (and much of the West) have aimed to contain China’s rise, starting in Asia, the analysis of China’s and the U.S.’s

China-Vietnam hotline sets example for handling of maritime disputes

That China and Vietnam have agreed to establish a hotline between the Chinese People’s Liberation Army’s Southern Theater Command and the Vietnamese navy reflects the strategic mutual trust

Chinese economy will continue to defy its ill-intentioned critics

Nicholas R. Lardy, senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, published an article on the website of Foreign Affairs last week titled “China Is Still Rising-Don’t

Visit opportunity to reinforce common ground

Strengthening Sino-German economic cooperation, rebalancing the trade relations between the European Union and China, and seeking solutions to hotspot issues are reportedly the three goals of German Chancellor

Asia-Pacific countries should uphold their consensus on unity of purpose

As was recognized and reaffirmed by all the participants at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Leaders’ Meeting in San Francisco in November, a shared commitment to inclusiveness has been

Tiny crystals capture millions of years of mountain range history – the Himalayas

The Himalayas stand as Earth’s highest mountain range, possibly the highest ever. How did it form? Why is it so tall? You might think understanding big mountain

Ditching the lecturing in favor of listening may open the way to less strained relations

While it is undoubtedly an encouraging sign of serious shared interest in stabilizing their relations, as well as the pragmatism present in both sides’ approaches to the rocky

Removing barriers good for US, China

When U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen dined at one of the oldest Cantonese restaurants Taotaoju after landing up in Guangzhou Thursday, the U.S. side demanded that the privacy

Spring break is more of a buzz with ‘malatang’

Powered by social media, young people in China are traveling to the far corners of the country, places that those a decade or two older had missed.

Where did Christian beliefs about Jesus’ resurrection come from?

As Easter approaches, Christians around the world begin to focus on two of the central tenets of their faith: the death and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth.

Series of unfounded cyberattack claims latest smear campaign

In a new smear campaign against China, the United States and some of its key allies have accused the country of being responsible for a series of hackings

Hong Kong property tycoons are selling super call options

Do people see residential property as a utility or an investment? Hong Kong’s property tycoons are racing to find out. Consider  Wong Sun Hing is essentially

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